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Community Calendar June 13th

Shabbat  June 13th

Seudat Shlisheet 8:15PM  Congregation Bnai Jeshurun  641 W Englewood The Orthodox Union’s Self Jewish Learning Initiative on Campus (OU-JLIC) presents a panel discussion moderated by Dr. Shimmy Tennenbaum on “The Orthodox Jew and the Secular University Campus” with Rabbi Ilan Haber , OU JLIC National Director, Rabbi Yaakov and Racheli Taubes, OU JLIC Educators UPENN, Rabbi Adam and Sara Frieberg, OU JLIC Educators Rutgers University. Learn more about Orthodox life on the secular college campus? Are you or your children juniors or seniors in high school? Join us for this informative discussion.

Sunday, June 14th

Wheels for Meals – A Ride to Fight Hunger

Jewish Family Service of Bergen and North Hudson (JFS) will hold its fifth annual Wheels for Meals – A Ride to Fight Hunger ride/walk event on Sunday, June 14, 2015 at the Jewish Home at Rockleigh, 10 Link Drive in Rockleigh, N.J. Wheels for Meals is a multi-distance, family-friendly cycle and walk event designed for participants of all levels and ages. It offers a variety of supported routes from 3 miles to 50 miles and post-ride activities including a tented sponsor area, food and beverages, and music and prizes. Proceeds from the Wheels for Meals Ride to Fight Hunger will enable JFS, a non-profit organization in Teaneck, to continue its kosher Meals on Wheels program and food pantry that serve the homebound elderly and disabled individuals. Please register or donate today at www.ridetofighthunger.com http://www.ridetofighthunger.com/.

Tuesday, June 16th

“Talking to Our Children About Safety”    8:00PM           Bergenfield

Sending Children Off to Camp – a service of Project Sarah

Lecture is free of charge Call Michele Wellikoff to register 973 777 7638.

Wednesday, June 17th

Congregation Keter Torah’s Fifteenth Annual Dinner   6:30PM    600 Roemer Avenue

Saluting Guests of Honor Phyllis and Buzzy Green and Yaffa and Neill Bromberg honored with the Esther & William B Manischewitz Community Service Award

To register, visit www.ketertorah.

WIZO New Jersey  Bridal Fashion Show 7:00PM – 9:00PM  Temple Emanu-El  180 Piermont Rd Closter

WIZO USA launches a chapter in NJ in the most beautiful way!  Cocktail reception and Runway Show. To buy tickets www.wizousa.org/NJFashionShow or at [email protected] All proceeds to benefit WIZO Shelter for Battered Women in Jerusalem.

SHABBAT JUNE 20TH

Dr. Shalom Kelman  after the 8:30 Ashkenaz minyan  Congregation Bnai Yeshurun  641 W Englewood

New Archaeological Evidence of the Exodus, Dr. Kelman is a neuro-ophthalmologist from Baltimore,  MD. He is a graduate of Yeshiva College and the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. At YU, he forged a lifelong bond with Rav Herschel Schachter. His Torah presentations  emphasize a text based methodology that often extend the insightful chidushim of Rav Meir Simcha of Dvinsk, author of the Meschech Chochma, with a scientific and archaeological perspective.

Dr Shalom Kelman 6:55PM Congregation Rinat Yisrael  389 W Englewood

“The Temple Honor Guard and the Mystery of the Ketores”

Sunday, June 21

New Jersey NCSY Annual Bergen County Scholarship Breakfast 9:00AM

Honorees include: Reva and Danny Judas, Denise and Leonard Schrieber, and Caryn and Yigal Marcus. The event will take place at the home of Alissa and Shimmie Horn, 465 Winthrop Road, Teaneck NJ.

Sunday, June 28th

Community Collaborative Conference, “Educating and Inspiring Our Children Together,” sponsored by Yeshivat Hakotel & Israel Schools, in conjunction with Teaneck shuls, schools, and organizations.   8:00AM – 2:00PM  Congregation Bnai Yeshurun 641 W Englewood

The free Yom Iyun will focus on how to educate and inspire our children. Keynote presenters are Shani Taragin (Senior Lecturer, Midreshet Lindenbaum, SFW, Matan/Rosh BMP, Camp Moshava) and Rabbi Dr. Abraham Twerski, shlit”a,( noted Rabbi, psychologist, and author). d For more information and to register, go to bit.ly/NJConf.

Tuesday, July 14th

Modern Theology in a Biblical Land  7:00PM   Rabbi Jacob J Schacter    Bet Yosef Sephardic Congregation  of Ft Lee  313 Tom Hunter Road  Ft Lee

From Spain to Ethopia to Israel:  On the Intersection of Science, History and Halacha. Free Admission – open to all

Monday, August 3rd

Modern Theology in a Biblical Land   7:00PM  Rabbi Jacob J Schacter  Young Israel of Ft Lee 1610 Parker Avenue Ft Lee

If I Forget Thee, O Jerusalem: The Centrality of Jerusalem In Christianity, Islam and Judaism

Free admission – open to all.

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